A new push-up world record has been set. 토스카지노
According to CNN on the 14th (local time), Australian accountant Lucas Hempk (33) succeeded in doing 3,206 push-ups in an hour at a gym in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
This is 53 times per minute, or 1 time per second, which is 24 more than the previous world record of 3,182 times (Australia).
The Guinness World Records (hereinafter referred to as Guinness), which manages various new records, recognized Hemc’s record as the most ever.
Hempk told Guinness that he wanted to inspire his 1-year-old son by showing him that nothing is impossible.
To be recognized in the Guinness World Record for push-ups, the knees and back must be kept straight, and the arms must be bent at 90 degrees.
Hempk also failed to properly perform some movements during the challenge, so episode 34 was excluded from the final record.
He is said to have devoted himself to training for two to three years for this world record challenge.
CNN reported that it is difficult to say how long Hemck’s record will be maintained as competition for new push-ups records is fierce.
At the end of last month, local media in Florida reported that American Rob Sterling (60) recorded 3,264 times in an hour, but Guinness does not acknowledge this.